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Saturday, January 16, 2021

Saturday Sample and Weekend Writing Warriors: Never Trust a Pretty Wolf


 Welcome to Saturday Sample and Weekend Writing Warriors. Today we'll continue to share excerpts from Never Trust a Pretty Wolf. On Sunday when you finish here, do go to http://www.wewriwa.blogspot.com for more excerpts from a bunch of great authors.


Blurb:
Liesel Wolf has a secret, a dangerous secret she’ll go to any lengths to conceal. When she’s paired in a charity game with sexy marshal Andy Bryce, a man with secrets of his own, her carefully constructed world comes crashing down, and Liesel’s on a collision course with her past.



Excerpt: 
Chapter One

Last Week

Andy’s hand shot out. “Give me that gun,” he commanded. 

“No.”


He took it from her with ease. “I don’t know why you have 
this,” he whispered, “but if we get out of here alive you have some explaining to do. Now, keep moving but stay in control. Remember, no headlong plunges into the woods.”

Forty-­five minutes later, they exited the woods near the bridge that crossed the little creek. Liesel fearfully scanned the inviting, family-­centered area. “I don’t see anyone.”


This week: I've picked up where we left off last week.  

11 comments:

Ornery Owl of Naughty Netherworld Press and Readers Roost (Not Charlotte) said...

Seems like the little diversion worked out nicely for her!

Jessica E. Subject said...

A great diversion! But I think this is the first time I remember learning they have a history.

Teresa Cypher said...

Nice scene! Andy sure is a quick thinker. lol :-)

Ed Hoornaert said...

Excellent first-kiss scene. Perhaps we see the glimmers of detente between these two.

Aurora Springer said...

Aw - what a great excuse to kiss!

Veronica Scott said...

Well, okay, enjoy the moment LOL! Loved the snippet, hope their subterfuge works for them.

Diane Burton said...

What an excuse to kiss! Sure hope the khaki guys are fooled.

Jenna said...

I love their ingenuity in using this ploy. I hope it works--in more ways than one!

Sue Barr said...

I'm a sucker for diversions like this!

E.D. Martin said...

Regardless of whether the distraction works, at least she got a great kiss out of it.

Kate Hill said...

That's a smart way to make the most of their situation!